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Program Name(s): City/Region: Name: 4-H Mentor Michigan Initiative Greater Lansing Jillian Tremonti 4th Annual Metro Detroit AmeriCorps River Rouge, MI Joe Spain Week Celebration AmeriCorps VISTA Hart, Ludington (in West Rose Lee Purdy Michigan) Camp Fire USA grand rapids shadonna Char-Em ISD AmeriCorps Program Charlevoix, Emmet and Chrissy Lamberti Northern Antrim Counties Cherry Street Community HealthCorps Grand Rapids, Michigan Jennie Mills Cherry Street Health Corps Grand Rapids Cathy LaPorte Faith in Youth Holland/Zeeland Michigan Noirm Buursma Health Corps Day Jackson/MI Erin Sloan-Turner Huron Pines AmeriCorps Grayling - NE Michigan Abigail Ertel Huron Pines AmeriCorps Gaylord, MI Abigail Ertel MSU Extension 4H, Michigan's Lansing, MI Jillian Tremonti Campaign to End Homelessness program Ottawa County Mentoring West Olive, Ottawa County MI Barb Brow Collaborative/MSU Extension Power of We Consortium Lansing, MI Andy Cease Superior AmeriCorps Western Upper Penninsula Erica Ahola Title: Organization: Phone: AmeriCorps Member MSU Extension 517-353-9418 AmeriCorps PD The Guidance Center 734-785-7705 ext. 7209 AmeriCorps VISTA Andre Bosse Centers 231-873-1707 americorps member camp fire 616-808-5645 AmeriCorps Member Char-Em ISD AmeriCorps 231-330-6657 Program AmeriCorps Coordinator Cherry Street Health Services 616-776-2270 AmeriCorps Member Cherry Street HealthCorps 616.459.1111 ext. 228 AmeriCorps Member The Bridge Youth Ministry Center 616.772.3843 Community Outreach Michigan Primary Care 517-899-3441 Specialist Association Huron Pines AmeriCorps Land HeadWaters Land Conservancy 989-731-0573 Protection Specialist Land Protection Specialist Headwaters Land Conservancy 989.731.0573 AmeriCorps Members MSU Extension 4H AmeriCorps Member Ottawa County Mentoring 616-994-4574 Collaborative Stewardship Coordinator Ingham County Parks 734-657-2694 Member Superior AmeriCorps 906-487-6600 ext 120 Email: Date (DD/MM/YYYY): Time: firstname.lastname@example.org 5/8/2010 8 - 5 pm email@example.com 5/10/2010 10/6/2010 firstname.lastname@example.org May 8 & May 15, 2010 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. email@example.com 5/14/2010 4/26/2010 firstname.lastname@example.org 5/22/2010 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. JennieM@cherryhealth.com 10/05/2010 - 13/05/2010 10am - 3pm email@example.com 05/10/10 to 05/13/10 9:00 am-7:00 pm firstname.lastname@example.org 05/10 through 05/13 2010 TBD email@example.com 5/15/2010 10am-4pm firstname.lastname@example.org 11/5/2010 4/26/2010 email@example.com 5/11/2010 10:00am - 2:00pm firstname.lastname@example.org 5/8/2010 8am - 5pm email@example.com 05/11/2010 - 05/14/2010 Ongoing firstname.lastname@example.org 5/8/2010 4/26/2010 email@example.com 5/14/2010 4/26/2010 Project/Event Location: Address: City/State/Zip: Throughout the greater Lansing area Not Applicable Lansing, MI 48906 Walter White Community Resouce Center 550 Eaton River Rouge, MI 48218 Pamida Home Depot 2249 N Comfort Dr Hart MI 49420 Ludington MI 494 3865 W US Hwy 10 Kalamazoo none none "Better the Bear" (Bear River Clean-up) Petoskey, MI Community Garden and AmeriCorps Mural Grand Rapids, Michigan Various Locations in Grand Rapids MI Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Tunnel Park---Riley Woods---Hemlock Crssing Different Adresses--- locations Holland MI 49423 Lincoln Elementary School 154 W. Clark St. Jackson/MI/49203 Otsego County Habitat for Humanity ReStore 1384 W. Main Street Gaylord, MI 49735 Otsego County Habitat for Humanity Build Site Gaylord, MI Service projects: Various, Volunteer Unknown. Unknown. Appreciation Block party: TBD OCMC Book Drive/ MSU Extension 12220 Fillmore Street, Suite West Olive, MI 122 Lake Lansing North 6260 Lake Drive Haslett, MI 48840 BHK Rod Liimatainen Center 700 Park Avenue Houghton/Michigan/49931 Will this project/event Will potential be open to AmeriCorps volunteers need to members and register for the project volunteers outside of in advance? your program? Response Response Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No How are you planning to reach out to other streams of service (i.e. Learn & Serve, VISTA, Senior Corps) and AC Alums? If you selected yes, please indicate below how Open-Ended Response potential volunteers should register for this event www.stepuplansing.org We will be contacting program directors with members in the Lansing area by email, then following up with a designated member. Please contact me directly. All streams have been invited and many are partiicipating in planning meetings I am providing information on other streams of service and contact information for those interested in appling to serve for Sr. Corps programs Contact Chrissy Lamberti, firstname.lastname@example.org or Letter, promotional flyers 231-330-6657 By contacting Kersten Burns at KerstenB@cherryhealth.com / 616-225-9650 or Jennie Mills at JennieM@cherryhealth.com / 616-776-2270. Interested participants should contact me by phone or e- We have invited all GR area teams to mail (preferred) with their available times and if they represent at the Celebration of would like to volunteer for the community garden or Service brunch Monday, May 10th. painting a mural. Also made teams aware of other ways to be involved with us that week. Contact Norm Buursma email@example.com We are primarily reaching out to our voluntees and the youth we work with. All others are welcomed! Any where from 3 - 10 volunteers By inviting alum to my event via the web and emails. If potential volunteers are interested in participating in We will be inviting/have invited AC the Huron Pines AmeriCorps Week event, they are asked Alums and local members serving to please call Abigail Ertel - Huron Pines AmeriCorps Land with VISTA. We will also be inviting Protection Specialist to discuss the number of volunteers CHAR-EM ISD to participate in this in your party and to register. Abigail can be reached at project as well. 989-731-0573. Call or email point of contact Abby Ertel Emailing invitations to surrounding programs http://www.stepuplansing.org Inviting them to participate in both leading service projects as well as tabling at the volunteer appreciation lunch. EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 616-994-4574 We meet with the area's VISTA team every month, where I'll share this opportunity with them. Please provide us with a brief description of your project/event: Open-Ended Response Step Up Lansing is a day long event with a variety of different small service hubs taking place throughout the greater Lansing area. Go to stepuplansing.org to find out more! 250+ Metro Detroit members and 300 + youth will provide a day of service to the City of River Rouge from 10-6pm on Monday, May 10th. This event is also open to community volunteers. Members will provding service to 2 local schools, engaging hundreds of students in service learning projects, the clean-up of 7 community parks, neighboorhood clean up projects, painting murals, community gardening, free community carnival, educational workshops, community rummage giveaway, 3 play ground rehabs and many more projects and events. Informational tables at high traffic businesses and a mailing to local agencies to explain how to apply for funding programs not now available in West MI. none Volunteers will be cleaning the banks of the Bear River in Petoskey, Michigan. Members of the Cherry Street Community HealthCorps Team are collaborating with AmeriCorps*State and VISTA members of Grand Rapids to host a Celebration of Service Breakfast on Monday, May 10 to kickoff AmeriCorps Week. The event is geared towards educating stakeholders and community leaders about AmeriCorps and national service. Honorable guest and long-time AmeriCorps supporter, U.S. Congressman Vern Ehlers will speak to participants about civic engagement and be recognized for his years of service. The Cherry Street Community HealthCorps Team would like to invite AmeriCorps Members and AmeriCorps Alums to participate in the restoring of an AmeriCorps mural in Grand Rapids on Monday, May 10th - Thursday, May 13th at 8am - 8pm, and serve at Cherry Street's community garden Tuesday, May 11th - Thursday, May 13th at 10am to 3pm. Monday we will have a "celebration of Service" brunch to honor alumni and programs for the Grand Rapids area. Several state legislators, Grand Rapids Mayor, with Congressman Vern Ehlers as a keynote speaker, will honor the teams and participate in an AmeriCorps for a day project- planting for our community garden project. We also have a mural repair project planned and planting the community garden for the alumni and other teams to volunteer at for the week. Additionally, we have a recruitment tour planned for several high schools, colleges and universities. The project has mulitple tasks: painting, cleaning, and washing signs with these tthree parks are the focus of this event. The AmeriCorps week event that I would like to hold would be designed to educate the community in Jackson, MI about the AmeriCorps Health component. The event will be held in a Lincoln School Gym. Vendor opportunities will exist. The host of the event will be AmeriCorps CHIPRA staff from the MPCA. Staff will enroll eligible children in the CHIPRA (MIChild) and HealthyKids (Medicaid) programs. Vendors will include AmeriCorps volunteers from other MPCA programs around the state. They will educate the public about the work they do in the field and the rewards of serving as an AmeriCorps volunteer. Other vendors will include nurse volunteers taking blood pressure and promoting healthy life styles. A “lets get moving” area will be available for children to engage in physical activity staffed by YMCA fitness experts. The Michigan Dairy Council will be invited to have a vendor table with yogurt and other healthy dairy products. A local grocery store will be invited to have a vendor table with juices, fresh fruits, and vegetables. I will invite a local radio station to broadcast live from the event and help promote the event. Our AmeriCorps Week Project will consist of several native plants gardening projects throughout the city of Gaylord, as well as a partnership with Otsego County Habitat for Humanity. Volunteers will be designing and planting two native plants gardens at recent Habitat for Humanity homes and helping the Otsego County Conservation District weed and plant areas of the local native plants demonstration garden. Volunteers will also be performing odd jobs for the Otsego County Habitat for Humanity ReStore and helping with daily large item pick ups through out the city. This is all part of a donation drive that Huron Pines AmeriCorps has been coordinating throughout the community leading up to May 11th. We are putting together an AmeriCorps Week project this year that will have Huron Pines AmeriCorps partnering with Otsego Habitat for Humanity whose office and ReStore are located in Gaylord, MI. Our project will take place on May 11th from 10am to 2pm and will include a native plants gardening project at a recent Habitat build site (the house was dedicated this past January) along with a recycling and donation drive to encourage the community to clean out their garages and homes of unwanted items and bring them to the ReStore to be used, rather than sending them to the landfill. Lunch will also be provided for all of our energetic volunteers and invited local government officials. Step Up Lansing is a chance for Lansing residents and AmeriCorps Members to get out and get stuff done for the Lansing community. The Volunteer Appreciation Block Party will give lunch to volunteers, as well as raffles and certificates for attendance. We are collecting new and gently used books to benefit the Holland Hospital Community Health center's ReachOut and Read Program. The books will be given to the centers' young patients ages 0-15 upon each visit to the doctor. Staff is training in early reading literacy and will be encouraging and informing parents on the critical importance of reading to children at home. It is their hope to give each child a book to take home and keep so there are books in homes where families my find it hard to provide for their childrens' literacy needs. 40% of the patients at the Community Health Center are ages 18 and under. WE will be labeling and packing books on Tuesday the 11th, and delivering them to the center on the 13th. Congressman Peter Hoekstra is planning to attend one of the dates to join us in preparation and delivery. We will be in the western reaches of Lake Lansing North, cutting and treating Autumn Olive. We stack the Autumn Olive so it can be burned towards the end of the summer. And we treated the cut stump with a high concentration of glyphosate. The application is precise so that only the invasive species are adversely effected by the herbicide. The work day will last from 3 to 5 hours. On May 14th, Superior AmeriCorps will be hosting a recognition luncheon. During this time, we will be thanking the volunteers and sponsors who made our service projects possible. We will also be highlighting the accomplishments of our members. Following the luncheon, we will do a mini service project. We will be stuffing "activity kits" to donate to the local hospitals to give to children who are waiting in the Emergency Room.